Archive for the ‘ITN in the Press’ Category

ITNLanier Featured in North Georgia Local Life Magazine

November 4, 2019

ITNMonteryCounty Celebrates 50,000th ride

October 22, 2019

Oct_2019_In_the_Loop_Congrats ITN

ITN and RidesInSight featured in Saavy Senior

October 20, 2019

https://www.wiscnews.com/bdc/lifestyles/savvy-senior-getting-around-when-you-no-longer-drive/article_ca8adf4d-f64a-5706-b5ef-11b471fddda2.html

 

ITNMemphis featured on WREG Newschannel 3

October 7, 2019

Bright Spot: Service helps seniors get where they need to go

ITNSouthernDelaware Executive Director Janis Hanwell featured in Sussex County Women’s Journal

September 30, 2019

http://sussexcountywoman.com/

ITNSunCoast Featured in Palm Beach Daily News

September 30, 2019

https://www.palmbeachdailynews.com/news/20190930/cant-drive-there-are-options-in-sarasota-and-manatee-counties

 

ITNMemphis Celebrates its 10,000th rider

September 19, 2019

Independent Transportation Network Memphis celebrates its 10,000th rider

 

ITNSouthernDelaware reception in Cape Gazette

August 21, 2019

ITN Southern Delaware held a reception at Bethany Blues in Lewes May 23 for board members, drivers, dispatchers and riders. ITN Southern Delaware’s mission is to provide a community-based, community-supported, economically viable and consumer-oriented, quality transportation service for seniors and adults with visual impairment.

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ITNSouthernDelaware featured in Delmarva Now

August 21, 2019

Nancy Feichtl held the woman’s jacket and purse while she got in the car, then folded up her walker and drove her to where she needed to go.

It may sound like a fancy chauffeur business, but the nonprofit organization Feichtl founded and volunteers for is both personalized and affordable: Independent Transportation Network Southern Delaware ensures seniors and those with visual impairments have “dignified mobility.”

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ITNLanier Pickleball Classic a big success!

May 14, 2019

The 1st Annual Pickleball Classic was held on April 23 & 24th at the Nopone Road Community Center as a benefit event for ITNLanier. Funds raised will help keep ITNLanier ride costs down as the service continues to help Hall County Seniors and the Visually Impaired get out and about when they can no longer drive for themselves.

Twenty-six teams – fifty-two pickleball players enjoyed the new Hall County Parks & Leisure venue on Nopone Road for two days of bracket play.  Players recognized the generosity of Twenty-four sponsorships from the community and were impressed with the organization of the event.  Pickleball players from all over the North Georgia region enjoyed two days of spirited play and fellowship.

Here are the First and Second Place Winners from the Women’s and Men’s Novice and Intermediate divisions:

 

This was a very successful event that will clearly grow each year.  Plans are being made for April of 2020 and many of this year’s players are expected to return.

For Video and Photos of all the Action, see the ITNLanier Face Book Page.